The Best Western Campbellsville Inn charms both the leisure and corporate traveler with its quiet location and beautiful guest rooms.
Nestled in the heart of Central Kentucky, this hotel shines with a courteous and professional staff waiting to spoil every guest!
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The Best Western Campbellsville Inn has 60 beautifully appointed rooms with top of the line beds to insure you an incredible sleep experience. Wake up to the smell of fresh coffee and a complimentary hot breakfast served daily in our private breakfast area. Each guest room has complimentary high-speed Internet service and there is also complimentary high-speed wireless Internet in the lobby, breakfast area and pool.
Relax in our beautiful outdoor swimming pool and indoor whirlpool facility. We also have an onsite fitness center to help you stay fit!
Every season brings a new reason to stay at the Best Western Campbellsville Inn. The Green River State Park explodes with color during the fall. In the summer, great fishing, boating, swimming and dinner cruises are only a sampling of the attractions at this lovely State Park located on Highway 55 just three miles from the hotel.
Springtime finds the trees painted in vibrant pink and white blossoms, making a weekend getaway breathtaking.
The Balloon Race during 4th of July festivities dots the blue, summer sky with over a dozen balloons each year. Join us the night before for the "Balloon Glow" and see the night sky lit up with this gorgeous and colorful sight.
Please consider this our personal invitation to spend your corporate or leisure time at the Best Western Campbellsville Inn. We look forward to the opportunity to extend our warmest greetings to you and make your stay with us a grand experience.
Welcome Home! Complimentary popcorn, coffee, tea, and hot cocoa served in the lobby each evening.
No pets allowed
Children 17 And Under Are Free In Room With One Paying Adult In Existing Bedding.
10 mile(s) from Green River State Park, Green River Lake State Park is a recreational paradise in south-central Kentucky. This 8,200-acre lake provides excellent opportunities for any water sport. Go for a swim at the sand beach or play a game of mini golf. Planned recreation for the children camping. Twenty eight miles of multiple use trails for hiking, horses and biking.
Green River Lake State Park now offers Wi-Fi Internet Access throughout the campground, see below for rates.
9 mile(s) from Tebb's Bend Battlefield, The Battle of Tebbs Bend is one of five major engagements associated with Confederate Gen. John Hunt Morgan’s Great Raid in the summer of 1863. Two of those engagements were in Kentucky, Tebbs Bend on July 4 and Lebanon July 5, 1863.
50 mile(s) from Mammoth Cave National Par, Mammoth Cave National Park preserves not only the longest known cave system on earth (400+ miles), but also 53,000 acres of beautiful forest. With nearly a dozen miles of cave trail below ground, there are also nearly 70 miles of surface trail, 13 backcountry campsites, three campgrounds, and over 20 miles of navigable river for visitors to explore and enjoy. It really is two worlds in one.
45 mile(s) from My Old Kentucky Home, The farm that inspired the imagery in Stephen Collins Foster's famous song, “My Old Kentucky Home, Good-Night!” is Kentucky's most famous and beloved historic site. Built between 1812 and 1818, the three-story house originally named, "Federal Hill," by its first owner Judge John Rowan became Kentucky's first historic shrine on July 4th, 1923.
85 mile(s) from Churchill Downs race trac, In 1875, Churchill Downs officially opened its gates in Louisville, and began its tradition as "Home of the Kentucky Derby" and the longest continually running sporting event in America.
80 mile(s) from Keenland Race Track, Located in the Horse Capital of the World, Keeneland is an internationally renowned racecourse and the Thoroughbred industry’s leading auction house. Founded in 1936, Keeneland’s mission is to continually invest in the industry and to preserve the tradition of Thoroughbred racing.
85 mile(s) from Louisville Zoo, Opened in 1969, the Louisville Zoo currently exhibits more than 1,100 animals on 130 acres of natural settings representing zoogeographical areas, specific habitat types or special education areas including: Glacier Run, Africa, Islands, New World Exhibits (North, Central and South America), Australian Outback, the HerpAquarium and the Metazoo Education Center.
.1 mile(s) from Creekside Restaurant
.1 mile(s) from Golden China Restaurant
.1 mile(s) from Fiesta Mexico Restaurant
.2 mile(s) from Mr. Gatti's Pizza
.2 mile(s) from Hardee's
.2 mile(s) from Subway
1 mile(s) from Lee's Famous Recipe
1 mile(s) from Papa John's Pizza
2 mile(s) from Dairy Queen
5 mile(s) from Taco Bell
2 mile(s) from Campbellsville University
30 mile(s) from Elizabethtown
60 mile(s) from Bowling Green
75 mile(s) from Lexington
85 mile(s) from Louisville
100 mile(s) from Nashville, Tennessee
2 mile(s) from Miller Park, tennis courts and playground
2 mile(s) from fishing
8 mile(s) from Green River Lake State Park, lakes with fishing
12 mile(s) from Green County Golf Association, 9-hole course